Analog Science Fiction and Fact Magazine - April 2016
In this issue
This year's April issue has a bit more gravitas than we typically expect this time of year, with mysteries galore. Our lead story is one such: a corpse and an unusual religious practice might be the keys to a larger mystery than anyone is expecting in "Seven Ways of Looking at the Sun-Worshippers of Yul-Katan" by Maggie Clark. Then dubious deeds are afoot at a radio show, in Edward M. Lerner's "Soap Opera," and we have Steven L. Burns' story of one cop's fight against his own limitations—and a society rotten beneath the surface—in "Playthings."
Our fact article is a bit outside the norm as well, with Mark C. Childs' look at "Composing Speculative Cities."
Then we have our shorter pieces, such as "Alloprene" by Stephen R. Wilk; "Early Warning" by Martin L. Shoemaker; "Sleep Factory” by Rich Larson; "Most Valuable Player" by Eric Choi; and "Diamond Jim and the Dinosaurs" by Rosemary Claire Smith.
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The magazine also features scientifically grounded articles, exploring the latest advancements in fields such as astrophysics, robotics, and artificial intelligence. Having consistently attracted some of the genre's most celebrated authors, Analog Science Fiction and Fact has been a launchpad for renowned writers such as Isaac Asimov, Robert A. Heinlein, and Arthur C. Clarke.
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